10 December, 2015


Become Agile with GENEO

Agile processes are those able to adapt rapidly to changing circumstances and customer need, without compromising delivery time or quality.  Whether that is to adjust working arrangements to accommodate increased demand, or to imcorporate improvements to process, as identified by your teams.  A vital part of that agility is to capture those changes and improvements in your standardised work documentation.

The GENEO Software makes this possible.  The clean design coupled with an intuitive interface, controlled duplication and simple drag and drop all allow for rapid recording of change.  The integrated authorisation of documents significantly speeds up the review and sign-off process, allowing for the possibility of change and sign-off within hours.

With automated recording of all change and full version history nothing is lost and your standardised work documentation is not only up to date, but also fully compliant.

Effort – The Blocker to Change

The effort of having to rearrange and reformat a freeform document can very often be a blocker to change being captured in standard work instructions, even when there is no time imperative.  

In other software the addition or removal of steps in work instructions, to accommodate improvements, can lead to time consuming re-jigging and re-formatting.  This is a burden that at best only wastes time, or at worst, means the improvements never get captured in a revised work instruction, and are eventually lost.

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GENEO Makes Changes Easy

Capturing improvements to processes with new steps, or changes to existing steps, can be done in seconds with the GENEO Software.  Effortlessly drag and drop new steps, existing steps, or whole new and existing JES, to achieve the improved standard work instruction.

Changes are recorded automatically and the document is sent off for review through the self contained authorisation function within the GENEO Software. All records of change are kept along with all previous versions of a standard.  The details of who changed what, and who agreed to the change, are likewise maintained.